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December 26, 2010, 10:24 PM

I feel like a huge part missing from my regimen is an effective DHT blocker, to be honest I feel the reason I haven’t been getting the desired effects from my hair regimen is lack of DHT blocker at all. I’ve been purely relying on hair growth stimulants like my supps/LLLT etc to fight my hair loss but I realize I need something to stop what’s causing it in the first place, which is why I wanted to ask some of you guys for your opinions on some good ones.


I did some research and heard extracts of saw Palmetto, Pygeum, and stinging nettle root in combination is a great way to stop DHT. Any Ideas?


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December 26, 2010, 10:55 PM

OK - I am glad you started this post. Aside for Zix’s stuff that many find work very well and I believe makes great sense - there is the question of what effect diet has on fatty acids, hormones and Prostoglandin production.

I believe we need to understand this a whole lot better to turn off the negative DHT.

Look up Page 58 of Rainbow Green Live Food book by Gabriel Cousins:-
http://books.google.bs/books?id=7NQYFlwT56QC&printsec=frontcover&dq=Rainbow+Green+Live-Food+Cuisine&source=bl&ots=aTXEs3sdTv&sig=QtQS68XtM4b5_bluxB22zjgCn9M&hl=en&ei=_gwYTZPzIZCcsQPGpdTwAQ&sa=X&oi=book_result&ct=result&resnum=4&ved=0CCoQ6AEwAw#v=onepage&q&f;=false

OMG - can you cut and paste the chart from Page 58 (as I am no computer whizz) I am referring to, as this could then become a critically important resource for everyone if the diet experts amongst us can contribute to this thread…

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December 26, 2010, 11:12 PM

Im sorry if I don’t understand what the chart says…could you possibly elaborate how it relates to DHT?

Should I just message Zix for the SuperZixII?


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December 26, 2010, 11:24 PM

Well, I believe the entire homonal cascade is very challenging to understand. Immortal and perhaps Nidhogge / jdp may be the best people to help us understand it better - but basically, from this chart at least, you do not want to stimulate Delta 5 Desaturase and avoid PG2. I would like to learn more about this. Zix will work, although what fascinates me is stopping the DHT internally as I feel it is a train on the sympton chain not the very root of the true cause. Still get Zix and his stuff - I am.

I will also start a thread over on Immortal’s site to ask about the chart and see if he responds…

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December 28, 2010, 03:39 PM

Hmm if thats true that’s kind of disheartening. DHT is only a symptom makes hair loss a whole lot more complicated. I feel diet, stress, exercise, and a hair growth stimulants such as supps/LLLT would work tremendously if combined with potent DHT inhibitors, no?

I’ve completely ignored DHT tbh, thinking that there is another cause, but I was naive in my assumption. While there probably are other causes…DHT still seems to be a major one. Can your body become immune to these inhibitors is the real question? Like becoming tolerant to certain drug doses for instance


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